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Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

mickeymiss

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There’s been a lot of talk about this on another thread. Some people think it’s not true but when asked about it, Landry’s responded by not denying it, just giving the usual blah blah, safety first , etc. answer. I agree it’s bad if true, not only by letting him continue to work but the lies and aftermath also.
I have gotten in touch with a business before that gave automated privacy response. I don't know what to believe but I'd want a better source than a guy on twitter. Who was that person btw?
 

DisneyDebRob

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I have gotten in touch with a business before that gave automated privacy response. I don't know what to believe but I'd want a better source than a guy on twitter. Who was that person btw?
I think they would deny it right off the bat if not true, which makes me believe it is. You don’t want rumors floating around like that.
 

The Mom

Moderator
Premium Member
Almost 4000 cases today for Florida.

How many are clinically significant versus people who ran out (after hearing about an outbreak) and got tested just to see if they might be positive? There was a recent surge in testing this week, also.

There will continue to be localized spikes in the number of cases until we have a vaccine (if ever) or until we have herd immunity. I'm waiting to see how many new cases are reported all over the country once schools reopen.

Flattening the curve never meant no new cases. It just meant that they would be spread out over a longer time frame so hospitals were not overwhelmed.
 

disney fan 13

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Here is the DOH update for today. Positive rate at 10% for the second time in three days.
 
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Incomudro

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Which one of these is more "essential" than the other? Getting a tan or fighting for racial injustice?

The protests came at an inconvenient time, there's really no getting around that. However that doesn't mean we just throw in the towel now. The state is spiking, now's not the time to point fingers and say "they did it first so now we can do whatever we want with no masks and distancing."

Replace your term "getting a tan" with "being free."
 

oceanbreeze77

Well-Known Member
How many are clinically significant versus people who ran out (after hearing about an outbreak) and got tested just to see if they might be positive? There was a recent surge in testing this week, also.

There will continue to be localized spikes in the number of cases until we have a vaccine (if ever) or until we have herd immunity. I'm waiting to see how many new cases are reported all over the country once schools reopen.

Flattening the curve never meant no new cases. It just meant that they would be spread out over a longer time frame so hospitals were not overwhelmed.
the positivity rate also has drastically increased. Thats dangerous. its one thing to have a some new cases and mild spikes after reopening, but what we are seeing is a very concerning pattern.
 

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